It has long been speculated that only one playable & supportive representitive would be put into Sega/Dengeki Bunko/French-Bread upcoming fighting game "Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax" but now that rule has been broken as Sword Art Online's protagonist Kirigaya Kazuto (aka: Kirito) will be joining the cast with fellow SAO characters Yuki Asuna & supporter character Krirgaya Suguha (aka: Leafa) as a playable character.
After Grand Thef Auto III and GTA: Vice City reach mobile devices, it is the turn of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas receive the same treatment at the hands of Rockstar. The company announced on Tuesday (26) an adaptation of the game originally released for the PlayStation 2 should arrive coming to iOS, Android, Amazon Kindle and Windows Mobile.
Pokémon still remains a phenomenon to its viewers and the most recent numbers from Nintendo are there to prove it. The newest generation of the franchise of Nintendo, "Pokémon X/Y" was the best title for the Nintendo 3DS fastest selling game in portable gaming history and the company has just released an infographic image with some very interesting data.
At the launch event of the PlayStation 4 in New York, the developer Naughty Dog (has announced a new game in the "Uncharted" franchise, exclusively for the new console, through a small teaser without much information.
The producers of the game said if you listen carefully to dialogue from the trailer, you will find some tips on the plot and story of the game, noting that the voice that narrates the teaser is not Nathan Drake.
Retro style beat 'em up game Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds, will be making its way to the Playstation Vita on February 13, 2014 from Mages. The game will be a direct port from the Xbox 360 version which was released earlier this year, but the Vita version will also be released in a physical version in stores as well.
Vanguard Princess, a doujin fighting game created by ex-Capcom programmer and illustrator Tomoaki Sugeno, was published and distributed in English by eigoMANGA for the United States and Europe earlier this year in February on PC and in April for OnLive. Since then, there has been almost to little news about when the announced Xbox 360 and possible PS3 version was going to arrive.
Over the past few months, Anime Toshokan's founder "Mikuru//X" has been in close contact with Japanese doujin game publisher "Nyu-Media" and their CEO "Seon King (known as Genkipetton on the Nyu-Media forums)" on various topics.....mostly about future game licenses and potential game requests. These talks ranged from various games such as "Heart of Crown PC" and various fighting games like "Eternal Fighter Zero ~Memorial~", "Big Bang Beat Revolve", and even "Akatasuki Blitztankpf".
Not much news is to come out of this but it's exciting news for fans of "The IDOLM@STER" franchise. It turns out Namco Bandai has filed for the trademark '3rd Vision'. If you remember way back when the franchise hit the Xbox 360, they used "2nd Vision" all the way up to recent IDOLM@STER games of today.
It has been a long month of voting for all of the people who donated to the Skullgirls Indiegogo campaign which allowed those individuals to vote on who they want to become the third DLC character implemented into the game. At the the end of the day, the votes were tallied and the decision has been made......say hello to "Eliza", the newest addition to the Skullgirls character roster.
With so much hype following around the Playstation 4, there has been little news in regards to when Microsoft would unveil it's next generation console to the public. Yesterday, that time has come and we now have a date as to when the next Xbox will be shown to the public (hopefully....unless they go the same route like Sony and just talk about it rather than showing it).
For years, gamers and fans outside of Japan of the idol raising fanchise "The IDOLM@STER" have been waiting for years for the series to make a NA / EU appearance since it's rebirth and debut on the Xbox 360 back on January 25, 2007. A little bit of hope for these fans came recently when it was found that Namco Bandai aquired the trademark for the IDOLM@STER name in the US and fans were happy to know that the games were finally going to be released in english for the first time. Today marks the first ever release of the IDOLM@STER series in the US.....but not as the fans would have hoped for.